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    Default Kaching karen finds # 1000

    Holy Crap!!!! How did we miss this one anyway? Congrats "K" and know you like the adventure behind them all.
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    Congratulations -nice going...And it's off to the next grand...

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    WOOO HOOO Great job Karen.

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    Congratulations Karen!! I hope to join you very soon.
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    Default Congrats!

    Great caches, fantastic event every winter, actually just two for us, and a good person in all respects. (plus the placer of my first cache, A Great Place to Launch) Well done young lady, you rock! Now on to 2000!
    Sometimes the road less traveled is less traveled for a reason.

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    Congratulations! Now really, which one was your favorite?
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    Default Greetings from Dryden, Ontario!

    Jon (Laroch) and I got our 100th and 1000th cache together. It was a rather comical thing since I had miscounted (as usual). I'm good at math, but the numbers game really confuses me in geocaching. I got the Lynn Plourde Cache in Winthrop as my 1000th and his 100th. I thought it was my 994th and had done a bunch of guard rail caches to get to my 1000th which I thought was a pleasant walk through a wilderness preserve. When I backtracked in the numbers I found out it was the Lynn Plourde cache. This cache was a better one!

    About time someone noticed! Heck, I'm half way across Canada now. Had fun bumping into a skunk tonight (didn't get sprayed). That was the quickest DNF I ever registered.

    Hopefully, my next 1000 won't take 5-6 years..... seriously.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pm28570 View Post
    Congratulations! Now really, which one was your favorite?
    I think I can truthfully answer this one. I believe it was the Maine Delorme Challenge. There were too many adventures involved in this one including many geocaching friends.

    But, aren't they all good?

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    Congratulations. Wow that's a lot and a long time doing this. What a great adventure.

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    congrats karen!
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